Fans of the Mets, having endured years of futility, are heading into the 2015 season with more hope than they’ve had in a long, long time. And who better to ring in the campaign than … Bartolo Colon?
Six passionate sports fans are hoping to land a show on WFAN radio, but the luck of the Irish will only come through for one.
“They’re taking baby steps with me,” Cruz said. “I want to get out there … (There’s) no pain. I trust the structure of (my knee). I trust the way it was rebuilt. It feels very strong.”
Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason opened Monday’s show remembering Mason, whose heart problems turned out to be too much to overcome. He died Saturday morning at 48.
Subscribe to the Boomer & Carton Podcast » While getting this Wednesday morning radio program started, Craig laid the groundwork to talk some baseball with his big blonde radio soulmate after Curtis Granderson ‘announced his […]
Though Boomer & Carton are fans of Figueroa and support him in his new role, they expressed disappointment with their famous friend on Wednesday.
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony says he’d like to play in Sunday’s All-Star Game, even if it’s just short enough for a hi-how-ya-doing to the home crowd. But the optics aren’t good.
The NYPD-FDNY matchup will raise money for the New York City Police Foundation and the FDNY Foundation.
In honor of NBA All-Star Weekend coming to The Big Apple, the NBA has released an interactive map entitled “A History Of New York City Basketball.”
The WFAN host knows that for Gang Green, it ultimately comes down to the quarterback position. And Carton has a solution for his beleaguered franchise. Two words: Peyton Manning.
The former Jets linebacker, who is now an analyst for CBS, was an in-studio guest of Boomer & Carton on Friday and offered some unique perspective on what it was like to play for Rex Ryan.
“Something that I gathered from coach Coughlin in a short period of time is faces change, but his expectations never will. He’s a man of consistency, so we love playing for him.”
WFAN’s Boomer Esiason said Frank Reich, his former college roommate, left with a good impression of Jets owner Woody Johnson as the team searches for a new head coach.
The plan will add to pressure on St. Louis to either strike a deal for a new stadium or watch the team return to Southern California, where it played from 1946 to 1994.
This segment had a lot going on, which is generally the case when Jerry Recco makes his presence felt on the radio program.